Sunday September 27, 2020

Newsround: Tuesday's business pages

* Employers may be asked to pay for sickleave. * Denis O'Brien denies editorial interference * Merkel urges political union in Europe. * Warren Buffett makes first technology investment.

15th November, 2011
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* Deutsche Bank chief executive Josef Ackermann has ended his bid to become chairman of the group and is to leave the bank in May, p.1.

* Institutional investors start drive to encourage more women to be appointed to the boards of FTSE-listed companies, p.1.

* German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for "political union" in Europe, p. 1.

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